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Lexi goes for gold in France

By Liesl Venter

Her firearm may be highlighted with splashes of hot pink, but do not let this fool you: 21-year-old Alexis Biermann can shoot. Current National Open champion, she added another notch to her stick recently.

SA's first IDPA 6 Gun Master

by Liesl Venter

Shaun Ross has loved shooting as long as he can remember. Understandably so, since firearms have always been a part of his life. Growing up on a sugar estate in Malawi, boyhood lessons naturally included learning to shoot and hunt. It was a different time, where boys were exposed to firearms at a young age, with a certain freedom to explore and learn.

2020 IPSC World Shoot

by Liesl Venter

The Kraaifontein Sport Shooting Club (KSSC) is upping the ante after successfully hosting Round 1 of the South African Practical Shooting Association (SAPSA) Handgun (Level III) Nationals. The team is currently hard at work tendering for the 2020 IPSC World Shoot, aiming to bring the event to Cape Town for the first time.

Future in Diversity  

by Liesl Venter

Hunting is an experience. Delivering that experience requires passion, dedication, and heart. Qualities that Nico and Sonette Lerm, owners of Lasarus Game Farms, have in abundance.

A CLUB WITH A VIEW

by Liesl Venter

Picturesque hardly begins to describe the False Bay Sport Shooting Club (FBSSC), located in the historic Glencairn Quarry in the Southern Peninsula. Nestled against sheer cliffs over 200 m high, arguably the largest back-stop any shooting range could hope for, the view of the entire False Bay seascape is breathtaking.

TOP SHOT

by Liesl Venter

Expect the unexpected! That’s the message from Chris Blatherwick, match director for the Gun Africa Ladies’ TOP SHOT Event, set to take place on 5 August at the False Bay Sport Shooting Club at the Glencairn Quarry in the Peninsula.

Hunting the Big 5

by Liesl Venter

Chris van der Westhuizen has loved hunting for as long as he can remember. Deciding to become a hunter for a living, however, was not a quick decision for this avid outdoorsman with a real passion for shooting. In 2012, Chris took the bull by the horns and established African Pride Hunting Safaris with his wife, Anne-Marie, a keen huntress herself. “I was established in a career in project management when I started thinking about the possibility of hunting full-time.

Airsoft is on the Rise

by Liesl Venter

AIRSOFT IS GROWING IN POPULARITY IN SOUTH AFRICA AS MORE PEOPLE REALISE THE POTENTIAL OF THE GAME, SAYS HENRY ZHANG, FOUNDER AND CEO OF WALKER WARGAME OF JOHANNESBURG.

Kaapjag Update

by Liesl Venter

What with dealing with the impact of the devastating drought, renewing firearm licences, and contending with changing game-meat regulations, 2017 promises to not have a single dull moment for hunters.